Ron Meisels is one of North America's most successful technical analysts with over 35 years of stock market experience. He specializes in the independent research of US and Canadian securities. He is listed in the Canadian Who's Who.
He has been a private investor since 1963, and has been publishing the technically oriented "Phases & Cycles" since 1970. He was Director and Vice President of the brokerage firm Goulding, Rose & Turner from 1976 to 1982, and Vice President and Manager of Technical Research at Nesbitt Thomson Inc. (now BMO Nesbitt Burns) from 1982 to 1990. Canadian Institutions ranked him among the top three technical analysts for six consecutive years (Brendan Wood Survey).
He has a truly distinguished track record in anticipating stock market moves, as illustrated by his famous "10,000 in 2000" prediction, made in January 1995 when the DJIA was at 3850. Ron contributes a weekly column to the Globe and Mail ("What The Charts Say"), is often interviewed on television (BNNtv), and is frequently quoted in major financial media such as Bloomberg and Reuters.
Olaf Sztaba is President of Olafinvest Research, a firm providing independent analysis of North American securities. Olaf is not a typical stock market strategist. His colourful experience, continuous search for knowledge, independent thinking and common sense approach to investing have earned him credibility and respect among his clients.
Olaf has been trading in the European and North American markets for over 15 years. His analysis of the North American Stock Market helped him to produce truly remarkable forecasts such as the one regarding Nasdaq's collapse, three weeks before it actually happened. Olaf's educational background includes 10 years of study in Europe and North America at numerous institutions, in areas such as economics, history, statistics, math, psychology and finance. He is frequently quoted in major financial media such as the Globe & Mail and the Financial Post.
Maurice Grégoire was born in France but has spent the last 30 years in North America. He started his career as a retail broker (using technical analysis for his ideas) and survived both the 1974 and the 1987 market collapses due to his timely recommendations. He joined the Technical Research department in 1985. His January 2000 publication "Could NASDAQ return to 1000" made him a darling of the retail brokers of his firm. His forte is Relative Strength and he continues to specialize in U.S. stocks.
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